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of the products to which they applied, in a very obvious way. food prices went up and energy prices went up. beyond that, these agricultural and energy products -- and especially the energy products -- are inputs to other productive processes, so other manufacturers have to use these things to produce other goods, and therefore because they were suffering cost increases, the prices of these other manufactured goods went up. schoumacher: the american economy was like a great fighter that had been stunned by an unexpected one-two punch, the food and energy supply shocks. this economic combination created something new, supply shock inflation and recession. people called it stagflation, and it was to hammer at the american economy for years to come. why did it so confound economists of the day? we put that question to economic analyst richard gill. in the old days, you used to be able to divide economists into two groups, those who worried about stagnation and those who worried about inflation. what the food and energy shocks of the early 1970s proved was that both were right. economics can be
of energy. the painter seems to make virtue out of energetic dorder. is hothe dutch often ke to see themselves, full of dynamismanhigh s at the same time, rembranddid his best to give the group a more soldierly appearance. the figures we see here loading the musket... shooting it off dangerously close to the lieutenant's hat, blowing the powder away om the top othe gun, all rrpo to the warlike vals which this group of soldiers liked to believe they embodied. it's a group portrait and a history painting, something that testifies to the reassuring disorderliness of plain citizens. it's really chaos on an epic scale, something which immediately expresses not dumb discipline, but high animal spirits, the boisterous riot of energy, movement, and visual noise that explodes out from its center towards us. in every sense, to give it its correct title, the march out of the company of frans banning cocq. the flair for drama that invests the ghtwatch with so much ergy carries ov io mbrandt's re iimate work. his portraits go far beyond the rendering of facial features. we read personal and priv
energy at different wavelengths that's being absorbed and reflected by the plants, something we cannot see with the naked eye. this information can help determine if the willow is stressed or healthy. in this image, within the marked plot, the dark green represents healthy willow that have escaped browse height. dr. crabtree: this is what's called released willow. so this is high-stature willow that really erupted in 1997 and 1998, and it's surrounded by smaller willow that has not released. narrator: using the remote-sensing images in conjunction with the data gathered in the field gives the team a better understanding of the landscape and how it impacts the various tiers in the food web. the researchers have found that willows that escape browsing height create a domino effect within the ecosystem. species like riparian songbirds, insects, and, in particular, rodents, have come back into these preferred habitat types, and other species are starting to respond. for example, fox and coyotes are moving into these areas because there's more prey for them. and there's been an erupting tro
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